A New Season - A New Archive Method - and we're BUSY!!!

Wildlife News2009 brings with it a whole new way to watch Hancock Wildlife Foundation's eagle nest cameras. Thanks to WildEarth.TV (WE) and the people behind it, we are now streaming to you using Adobe's flash video instead of the Windows Media we used in the past.

WE is just starting to archive our streams in time for the hatchings we hope will take place over the next few days and weeks. You can take a look at the these "Seekpoints" at their Archive page.

At this time those of you viewing via our links here on the HWF site can't directly tag the stream for archives, you'll have to go to the WE site to do that. We're working on a number of ways we can integrate things across the two sites but for now we understand that there are some of you who really want to work with the video.

The synergies between the WE site with its live video software and the HWF site with all our captures and articles is such that we know you'll come back to see and interact here. In fact we're having a banner year for both new members and the activities of the viewing public. In fact we're so busy our server (thank you Hancock House Publishing!!!) is at the limit of what it can serve. We're going to have to upgrade if we are to handle the expected even larger numbers once we have eaglets in the nest. You can help by donating, but your business can also help just by advertising here on our site.

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Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, April 09 2009 @ 11:27 PM EDT A New Season - A New Archive Method - and we're BUSY!!!

i see a baby!!  at the sidney nest..  when did that happen??  i didn't see it earlier today....


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Authored by: Anonymous on Wednesday, April 22 2009 @ 03:29 PM EDT A New Season - A New Archive Method - and we're BUSY!!!
Has the Delta nest been abandoned?

I live in Northern Ontario and used to watch eagles, hawks and falcons when I lived near Lake Penage/Panach.
Am now living in the city so for me to see the eagles caring for their babies and hopefully see the ones on Hornby Island hatch will be a treat.

I'm originally from Roberts Creek B.C.

Thanks for reading this.


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